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The NAF PCard can be used to purchase Your Force Support products as outlined in
AFI 34-275 (23 Jun 2011).
When the package you select falls within the single purchase and monthly purchase limits the PCard can be used, and is the preferred method of payment. PCard purchase limits vary across bases and theaters, but typically range between $2500 and $5000 for the majority of FSS Programs. The total of your purchase may include multiple items; however, the total amount cannot exceed the single purchase limit. Splitting the purchases in order to stay under the single purchase limit is considered an unauthorized split payment.
In cases where your package exceeds the single purchase limit of the PCard, a PO (Purchase Order) will be required from your local NAF Contracting Office. In most cases this branch handles purchases under $25000 that do not require SAM oversight. We are familiar with this process and can provide the documentation typically required to support the PO request. Please note that if this payment method is used, the competed approved PO will be required prior the project getting underway.
If you have additional questions about PCard and Contracting/Procurement rules and regulations, please visit the AFNAFPO Website or consult with your local contracting officer.